Ex-Cadets & more in the News
Background on the found RMC pin requested:
A hat badge style pin was picked-up in a thrift store. The pin was attached to a piece of paper that said Royal Military College Kingston Ont. circa 1967. The pin has 17 stones on it, they look like diamonds but the finder is assuming that they are something else.
It is approx. 1/2 inch tall. The writing on the back is Bond-Boyd.
Anyone who can shed some light on the pin, please leave a comment and / or contact Pat
New books examine the stigma of PTSD among Canadian soldiers
16076 John Conrad
408 Tactical Helicopter Squadron deploys in support of Operation Impact
E1499 Christian Drouin
Royal Canadian Air Force unveils the 2017 “Canada 150” CF-18 Demonstration Hornet
Sophie Grégoire Trudeau to be ship’s sponsor of HMCS Harry DeWolf
15141 Ron Lloyd
NDP leadership aspirant 12723 Pat Stogran targets Trudeau for ‘smiling selfies and loquacious lies’
Time for an Outsider to End ‘Politics Incorporated,’ Says NDP Leadership Hopeful 12723 Pat Stogran
Military chief pledges pension details to be sorted before wounded soldiers released
15137 Chuck Lamarre
James Colbeck’s The Great Peanut Caper finds a royal audience
5472 James Colbeck
Sinai insurgents using ISIS ‘brand’ to attract recruits, former top peacekeeper says
14378 Denis Thompson
Morale and Welfare Director General visits 8 Wing
15610 Sean Cantelon
Let’s get going on NAFTA renegotiation, says 8276 Marc Garneau
New Honorary Colonel for 409 Squadron
18508 William Radiff
A recent announcement from the Chief of the Defence Staff (CDS) caught our eye.
16816 Carl Turenne will be promoted to the rank of Major-General and appointed Deputy Commander Canadian Army, at NDHQ in Ottawa.
14585 Major-Genera John Madower has retired after distinguished service to Canada and the CAF.
More from the announcement may be found here
Norman suspension ‘unprecedented’
The Government of Canada approves a grandfather clause in hardship and risks
Little-known disorder looks just like dementia — but can be reversed
Growing the Defence Budget: What Would Two Percent of GDP Look Like?
Dr. Craig Stone
‘Victory Day’ rally would be awkward
Lubomyr Luciuk – is a professor of political geography at Royal Military College who celebrates “Victory Day” on Dec. 25, the date the Soviet Union died.